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15 Russian medallists in Sochi had their doping bottles tampered with, according to the report.

Doping report details 'institutional conspiracy' in Russia involving more than 1,000 athletes

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Affected programs will also have to return to Ontario collectors any expired points that were lost on or after Oct. 1.

Starbucks, WestJet rewards programs must cancel expiry policy — how many others are next?

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Asset-freezing and a prohibition on business dealings are some of the new measures.

'Unfriendly action': Canada quietly applies more sanctions against Russians, including six MPs

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"It's a deplorable, random act of violence for — at the end of the day — a very petty reason."

Mom attacked with hockey stick in front of her child in bizarre road rage incident

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Since launching Monday, the MyDemocracy survey has been criticized for potentially invading people's privacy and its methodology.

'Park it,' Rona Ambrose tells Trudeau on electoral reform

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"It was very surprising for us to find this group of birds dead," said Jamie Dorgan, the zoo's director of animal care.

7 penguins drown at Calgary Zoo

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One leader says to stay. Another says to stay put through the bitter winter.

Stay or go? Tribe gives conflicting messages to Standing Rock protest camp

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Right now, 18 cents of every health care dollar comes from Ottawa. The provinces want to that to increase to 25 cents.

Hopes low that dinner with PM will lead to health deal

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Biden's closing comment at dinner? "Vive le Canada, because we need you very, very badly."

U.S. VP Joe Biden arrives in Ottawa for dinner with Trudeau

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The indictment alleges the defendants devised a scheme to bribe doctors to write large numbers of prescriptions, often to non-cancer patients.

6 ex-pharma executives arrested in U.S. in fentanyl bribe case

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The National for Thurs., Dec. 8
This is The National for Thursday, December 8, 2016
Viola Desmond is often referred to as "Canada's Rosa Parks."

Black rights activist Viola Desmond to be first Canadian woman on $10 bill

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The conflicting requests show how the camp's purpose has widened into a broader stand for Native American rights.

Stay or go? Tribe gives conflicting messages to Standing Rock protest camp

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Toronto police received a tip from a U.S. citizen who came across the alleged threat against the school in an online blog.

Principal reassures students after teen allegedly planned school attack on Montreal Massacre anniversary

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You may not have heard of this in-demand Canadian toy, but your kid probably has.

Who knew? Canada is home to the multi-billion dollar toy company behind Hatchimals

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The deal will cost taxpayers $4.7 billion over the next two decades.

Airbus chosen to build replacements for 50-year-old RCAF search planes

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The first American to orbit the Earth has died.

Former astronaut, U.S. senator John Glenn dead at 95

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